Associate Professor in Residence, Nursing &
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Thomas Lawrence Long, PhD, is Associate Professor in Residence in the UConn School of Nursing, where he provides writing support services in the Center for Nursing Scholarship and Innovation, and serves on the core faculty of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. He is the author of AIDS and American Apocalypticism: The Cultural Semiotics of an Epidemic (SUNY Press, 2005), co-editor of The Meaning Management Challenge: Making Sense of Health, Illness, and Disease (Interdisciplinary Press, 2011), and co-author of Writing in Nursing: A Brief Guide (Oxford University Press, 2017). A scholar in medical humanities and health studies, he serves on the editorial board of Literature & Medicine. He is the curator of the School of Nursing’s Josephine Dolan Collection of Nursing History.